A man wanted for questioning in connection with a woman's homicide last week in Northern Kentucky is in custody, authorities announced Monday.
Lamont Brandon Johnson, 40, was arrested on multiple unrelated warrants and booked into the Hamilton County jail just before 9:30 a.m., jail records show.
Once the Ohio charges are adjudicated, Johnson will be extradited to Kentucky, regarding additional unrelated charges there, according to Taylor Mill police.
No one has been charged with Trina Coleman's death, which was ruled a homicide.
She was found dead inside her apartment last week. Authorities have not said how she died.
They announced a few days after her death they wanted to question Johnson.
He is Coleman's ex-boyfriend and likely was in contact with her the day she died and may be the last person to have seen her alive, according to Taylor Mill police.
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